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Vote for the winner of MyEventRocked!

We hope you’ve enjoyed reading all the amazing MyEventRocked stories this week. Now comes the best part: It’s time to vote on your favorite! Links to each of the finalists are included below. After you’ve checked them out, select your favorite in the form beneath them. You may vote once per day, and the voting will run for one week.
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MyEventRocked finalist: The Art of Weddings

Having Eventbrite for online ticket sales was such a great help! I didn’t know how I was going to process credit card orders and didn’t want to pay a high fee to do so. Eventbrite was the perfect solution. It also was very helpful in sending out a newsletter of the event and promoting it on Facebook! So easy to use!
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MyEventRocked finalist: Utah Fund of Funds 2nd Annual Medical Device Symposium

The Utah Fund of Funds Second Annual Medical Device Symposium was held April 22, 2010 at the Grand Hall in Salt Lake City. Responding to suggestions from the first annual Symposium, we opened up a portion of the time and space to companies, and individuals interested in displaying their information in booths. I created two ticket types, and at approximately a week out, I had to call the caterers to adjust our set-up to double the display tables. There was huge interest in this part of the symposium.
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MyEventRocked finalist: Concert for Epilepsy

My name is Chad Barth. I run the annual ‘Concert for Epilepsy’. It’s my annual Charity Fundraiser in which every single cent of the proceeds goes to the Epilepsy Foundation of America! There’s about three things that have made my events a success: my friends, Eventbrite, and my sister. For the past four years I have held the annual Concert for Epilepsy in D.C., raising money for the Epilepsy Foundation of America during the Walk for Epilepsy weekend.
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MyEventRocked finalist: Eichler Remodeling Faire

This was a first-time mini-tradeshow and BBQ (produced by Keycon, Inc.) for owners of the San Francisco Bay Area’s mid-century modern homes. With no history behind us, we had no idea how many attendees would show. We built our Eventbrite page, started the marketing, and watched as the attendee meter started to spin. More than 400 turned out.
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